Bachelor of Laws (UWA, 1998), Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance), Master of Laws (UWA)
Mabel Chua started her legal career working in the commercial and property division of a Perth City law firm. She then expanded into commercial litigation and dispute resolution, which now, is her main area of practice.
Mabel has a particular interest in disputes and transaction involving technical financial issues. She has extensive experience in representing businesses and individuals in a wide range of transactions and disputes.
Mabel takes instructions on matters in the Federal, Supreme, District and Magistrates Court as well as the State Administrative Tribunal.
She is fluent in both spoken Cantonese and Mandarin.
Mabel has a particular interest in disputes and transaction involving technical financial issues. She has extensive experience in representing businesses and individuals in a wide range of transactions and disputes, some of which include:
- Representing and advising company administrators and creditors in respect of company administrations and liquidations;
- Advising and representing creditors and debtors in applications to set aside statutory demand and winding up of companies;
- Making and defending urgent Court applications, such as interlocutory injunctions, removal of caveats, extension of caveats;
- Representing and advising company directors on corporate governance issues;
- Advising companies and not-for-profit organisations concerning corporate governance issues;
- Resolving disputes between investors and trustees in breach of trust matters;
- Representing tenants in the State Administration Tribunal in Retail Shops disputes;
- Negotiating and resolving disputes involving valuation evidence;
- Representing property developers in dispute with buyers arising from off the plan sale of land contracts;
- Resolving strata title disputes;
- Representing beneficiaries of a deceased estate in an action for interpretation in Wills in the Supreme Court;
- Resolving long running disputes between beneficiaries of a deceased estate;
- Actions for debt recovery;
- Wills and estate planning to advice to families and individuals, including people with complex financial affairs.
Mabel serves as a volunteer with various charities and not-for-profit organisations. In her spare time, Mabel loves to cook for a crowd and host guests in her home. Mabel also finds great delight in listening to music of different genres and playing the piano.